Re: User manual: basic commands chapter
"Oliver Elphick" <email@example.com> writes:
> Thalia L. Hooker wrote:
> >Another suggestion would be to use some type of standard warning (whether a
> >gif w/alternate text say, ALT="WARNING") in commands that you should be
> >careful; I am thinking of recursive deletes, inappropriate shutdown, etc.
> That would need an extension to the debiandoc SGML definitions, which is
> not under my control. Does anyone else have any opinions on this?
Sound like a good idea. If we decide to use this, we need to file a
"wish" bug against debiandoc-sgml.
> >>126.96.36.199. Printing files
> > Do you need to mention here, that this section assumes that you
> >have successfully setup printing on your system?
> I think that things like that would be made clear in earlier chapters.
> [Is that correct?] There is a separate system administrator's manual,
> which ought to deal with setting up printers.
Yes, the sysadmin's manual will be taking care of this. The user's
manual can safely assume a working system to be in place.
Ardo van Rangelrooij
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